Multicultural and Community Affairs
Ryan Inouye
Natasha Pyfrom
Antonio Betanzos


Are you interested in a career in the health professions?

The Health Sciences Multicultural and Community Affairs Office at Creighton University works with minority students from middle school through college to introduce them to and prepare them for this in-demand field.

Our programs include:

  • A flagship Post-Baccalaureate Program that attracts college graduates nationwide and assists them in gaining successful admission to professional school.

  • Pipeline Programs that encourage minority middle school, high school and college students to consider careers in health care.

  • Common Ground initiative that invites all Creighton health sciences students to learn more about health disparities.

  • Community Affairs outreach that includes providing care to underserved communities locally, nationally and globally.

Support Our Students

To make a gift towards the Dr. John Elder Endowed Scholarship or Kosoko-Lasaki and Lasaki Family Post-Baccalaureate Student Recognition Award, click below to access a giving form.  On that form, select the “Give to the Area(s) of Your Choice” radio button, select the “Other” checkbox within in and then indicate either allocation in the “Other” text box.

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The 2014 Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Dental and Pre-Medical certificate programs